Zrealizowane projekty

Miedź Przeciwdrobnoustrojowa jest z powodzeniem wykorzystywana w placówkach ochrony zdrowia na całym świecie jako środek zabijający drobnoustroje chorobotwórcze na powierzchniach dotykowych. Jej stosowanie ma wpływ na obniżenie ryzyka rozprzestrzeniania się groźnych zakażeń.

 

Szpital WSS OBR, Polska

Wojewódzki Szpital Specjalistyczny, Ośrodek Badawczo-Rozwojowy przy ulicy Kamieńskiego we Wrocławiu wyposażył Oddział Nefrologii w powierzchnie z Miedzi Przeciwdrobnoustrojowej, wymieniając często dotykane elementy wyposażenia takie jak klamki, poręcze łóżek czy pochwyty łazienkowe - w celu ograniczenia rozprzestrzeniania się zakażeń szpitalnych.

Centrum Leczenia Nowotworów Memorial Sloan-Kettering, USA

Szpital ten jest jednych z najważniejszych na świecie centrów leczenia nowotworów i jednym z trzech szpitali zaangażowanych w amerykańskie próby kliniczne mające na celu ocenę efektywności klinicznej Miedzi Przeciwdrobnoustrojowej.

The Ralph H Johnson Veterans Medical Center, USA

The Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Medical Center is a primary, secondary and tertiary care facility that serves more than 40,000 US army veterans annually. The healthcare centre conducts investigations that will improve the health care of veterans. It is one of three hospitals involved in the US pilot programme to assess Antimicrobial Copper’s efficacy in a clinical environment. 

Mehiläinen Medical Facility, Finland

Mehiläinen is a newly-renovated medical facility in Pori, Finland that has been one of the first healthcare centres in the country to capitalise on the antimicrobial properties of copper.

Attikon Hospital, Greece

Attikon Hospital provides general hospital and community services to the western part of Athens. Dr Armaganidis, Head of the Intensive Care Unit, became interested in antimicrobial copper after speaking to the Hellenic Copper Development Institute and its scientific team, and opted to install a variety of touch surfaces to augment the hospital’s existing infection prevention practices

Kohitsuji Child Center, Japan

The Kohitsuji Child Center in Mitaka, Tokyo – completed in February 2011 – installed brass door furniture and handrails throughout to help limit the spread of infectious diseases amongst its children.

Japoński Instytut Badań Dystrybucji Materiałów Medycznych (JIMMDIR), Japonia

W biurach Japońskiego Instytutu Badań Dystrybucji Materiałów Medycznych, zainstalowano elementy wykonane z miedzi przeciwdrobnoustrojowej, aby pomóc w zapobieganiu rozprzestrzeniania się zarazków pomiędzy pracownikami i odwiedzającymi, a co za tym idzie stworzyć zdrowsze środowisko pracy.

 

The Medical University of South Carolina, USA

MUSC, a world-class medical centre and educational institution, is involved in the US clinical trials assessing Antimicrobial Copper’s clinical efficacy. Antimicrobial copper touch surfaces have been installed in the 21-bed intensive care unit. Installed surfaces include nurses’ call devices, monitor bezels, bedrails and more.

Craigavon Area Hospital, Northern Ireland

The new, multi-million pound trauma and orthopaedic facility at Craigavon Area Hospital features copper ironmongery for a healthy and healing environment.

University Medical Center Groningen, The Netherlands

Opened in November 2010, the University Medical Center Groningen (UMCG) Hospital's Cancer Center in Groningen, the Netherlands, has been fitted throughout with door handles made from bronze – an alloy of copper benefitting from its antimicrobial properties. It was the very first Dutch facility to have implemented antimicrobial copper, leading the way in infection prevention.

Hua Dong Hospital, China

In summer 2012, the Respiratory Intensive Care Floor was fitted with an extensive range of Antimicrobial Copper touch surfaces to protect the health of vulnerable patients, and help prevent the spread of infection between them and healthcare workers.

J.W. Venema Dental Practice, The Netherlands

Splashes resulting from the use of high-speed rotating instruments used for dental treatments have been identified as a potential source of cross-contamination between patients, and a dental practice in the Netherlands is showcasing a new solution.

Mejiro Daycare Center, Japan

With influenza outbreaks on the rise, the spread of infectious diseases is a growing concern for educational institutions, and one Tokyo daycare centre is leading the way in infection prevention with antimicrobial copper.

Ochiai Clinic, Japan

In Japan, the Ochiai Clinic for fever patients has undergone an antimicrobial copper fit-out including brass wall and worktop cladding and door furniture. Ken Takahashi, the avant garde architect-designer, combined art with science in his design concept, exploiting the inherent bug-killing properties of a warm, golden copper alloy.

Centre Hospitalier de Rambouillet, France

The Centre hospitalier de Rambouillet, in the Parisian region, is the first hospital in France to install antimicrobial copper touch surfaces to fight pathogens and reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections (HCAIs) for its patients.

Ronald McDonald House of Charleston, US

Ronald McDonald – a well-known, global brand – is also renowned for its housing charity, working in communities to offer aid to families in need. The charity's Charleston House has elected to retrofit many touch surfaces and hardware with antimicrobial copper items in the hopes of providing a safer living and working environment for guests and employees.

Sheffield Northern General Hospital, UK

A state-of-the-art centre being constructed at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital is due to set the gold standard for infection prevention with Antimicrobial Copper door furniture specified throughout in a bid to reduce the risk of healthcare associated infections in particularly vulnerable patients.

Medicare Hospital, India

Medicare Hospital in Mumbai was the first hospital in India to install antimicrobial copper touch surfaces. The decision was made during construction of a new intensive care unit in 2012, when the multidisciplinary hospital’s administrators were looking for ways to reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections.

The Embrace Mother and Child Centre, Greece

At The Embrace – a non-profit facility in Athens, Greece that supports and cares for pregnant women in difficult circumstances – providing a safe and comfortable environment for women and their new babies. Hygiene and infection prevention are at the forefront of their service, and antimicrobial copper touch surfaces were chosen to augment existing sanitation procedures.

Tokuda Hospital, Bulgaria

Tokuda Hospital Sofia – a thousand-bed facility in Bulgaria and part of a major private healthcare chain – installed antimicrobial copper touch surfaces to reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections.

Trafford General Hospital, UK

Trafford General Hospital has the distinction of being the place where the NHS was founded in 1948, and a new unit has offered them the chance to harness the inherent antimicrobial properties of copper to help reduce the risk of healthcare-associated infections and improve patient outcomes.

Wilmott Dixon Healthcare Campus of the Future, UK

The Community Healthcare Campus is a healthcare facility showcase that demonstrates how key elements of design and construction, such as Antimicrobial Copper, can help create a better, safer environment for clinicians and patients as well as contributing towards sustainable construction.

UHB Selly Oak Hospital, UK

Selly Oak Hospital is part of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, and the site of the UK pilot programme to assess Antimicrobial Copper’s efficacy in a clinical environment. Antimicrobial Copper surfaces were installed in a general medical ward, including door handles, push plates, sink taps, grab rails, dressing trolleys and over-bed tables.

Aghia Sofia Children's Hospital, Greece

Antimicrobial copper touch surfaces were installed in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Aghia Sofia Children's Hospital in Greece to assess the reduction in contamination that could achieved.

CIGMA, France

The Centre Inter Générationnel Multi Accueil (CIGMA) in Laval, France is equipped throughout with copper handrails and door handles. These surfaces are constantly touched by the residents, children and care staff, and are therefore potential hotspots for the spread of germs and illnesses and a prime target for upgrade to antimicrobial copper.

Miedź i jej stopy są materiałami inżynierskimi o dużej wytrzymałości, bogatej kolorystyce, nadającymi się do ponownego przetwarzania. Metale te są ogólnie dostępne w postaci całej gamy półproduktów przeznaczonych do produkcji różnorodnych wyrobów gotowych. Miedź i jej stopy stanowią atrakcyjny zestaw materiałów dla projektantów tworzących funkcjonalne, ekologiczne i przystępne cenowo produkty.

Czysta miedź oraz niektóre jej stopy (określane wspólnym mianem Miedzi Przeciwdrobnoustrojowej) posiadają naturalne właściwości przeciwdrobnoustrojowe, a produkty z nich wykonane zyskują dodatkową funkcję, nie związaną z ich pierwotnym przeznaczeniem - służą podniesieniu poziomu higieny. Wyroby z Miedzi Przeciwdrobnoustrojowej stanowią uzupełnienie, a nie substytut standardowych praktyk kontroli zakażeń. Niezbędne jest przestrzeganie istniejących procedur w zakresie utrzymania higieny, włączając w to procedury czyszczenia i dezynfekcji powierzchni zmywalnych.

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